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TJ Burns

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Subj: Re: Rogue's Gallery...
Posted: Mon Dec 15, 2008 at 10:47:43 pm EST (Viewed 200 times)
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Posted: Mon Dec 15, 2008 at 08:22:43 pm EST (Viewed 194 times)


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> > So which ones of Batman's Rogue Gallery villains actually HAVE superpowers?
> > I was trying to balance it out yesterday but decided it's best left up to someone else cause I only know the core surface villains.
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> > thanks in advance.
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> Depends on how you define it. If fancy tech counts, you need to include Mr Freeze, Crazy Quilt and the like.
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> If not, then the initial answer is not many;
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> Killer Croc has superhuman strnegth and reptilian skin.
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> The Clayface's have all got shapeshifting (Aside from Clayface III, who has a flesh dissolving touch)
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> Poison Ivy's has some control over plants.
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> Doctor Double-X has an energy double.


Not without weird tech, he doesn't. \:\)

As for the rest, let's not forget Man-Bat (pretty obvious bat powers), Dr. Phosphorous (radioactive flame), the Penguin (Some texts state that he's immune to cold, and, frankly, the Suicide Squad story that capitalized on that is too cool to write out for such a minor power), and Dr. Hugo Strange (who, even ignoring his cool science-monsters, can still apparently stop his own heart and feign death for lengthy periods of time... long enough that any real-world yoga master would be surpassed.)

With high tech, the numbers get ridiculous, but most notably include Mr. Freeze, Scarecrow, Calendar Man, Dr. Double-X, and Ras Al Ghul.


TJB


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